At Westminster, we don’t just say we’re committed to your success, we mean it.
As a student, you’ll have access to all kinds of support—from academic advising to tutoring. It means you’ll get one-on-one service from someone who takes the time to get to know you. Current Westminster Students can also access the Academic Support & Resources section of the main Rider University Web site for other available services.
Types of Support
You’ll be paired with a faculty advisor from your major department who can assist you with course selection and offer advice about your academic and career goals.
Located on the Princeton Campus, Talbott Library's collection includes over 60,000 books, music scores and periodicals, approximately 5,000 choral music titles in performance quantities, a choral music reference collection of over 80,000 titles, and over 13,000 sound and video recordings.
Moore Library, on the Lawrenceville Campus, is a comprehensive general library with heavy emphasis on business, education, language and literature, communication and science. A collection of video and DVD formats and the Riderana/University Archives provide special support. Located on Rider's Lawrenceville campus, the building is named for Franklin F. Moore.
Tutoring Services, Taylor Hall Room B-12 on the Princeton Campus, is home to Rider’s peer-assisted study sessions which offer small group and individual content-area tutoring.
Visit the Student Success Center at the Lawrenceville Campus for all of your other tutoring needs.
Services for Disabilities
Assures that students with documented learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder receive all appropriate academic assistance.
Visit the Services for Students with Disabilities Web site on the Rider University Web site.
Academic Support Services
The Office of Academic Support Services provides services and activities to promote student success and improve retention. Focusing most attention on the academic realm, it offers counseling, workshops and programs dealing with such topics as time management and study skills in order to help students improve academic skills and to master curricular requirements. The office also oversees the peer tutor program and faculty advising assignments for undergraduate students.
The office of Academic Support Services is here to help you become the most successful college student you can be.
We offer a wide array of services directed to aid you in overcoming academic obstacles:
- Peer Tutoring Service: offers individualized tutoring in all subject areas
- Academic Advising: pairs students with faculty advisors from their major department who assist with course selection and offer advice concerning academic and career goals
- Services to Students with Learning Disabilities and ADD: assures that students with documented learning disabilities and Attention Deficit Disorder receive all appropriate classroom accommodations and adaptive learning aids
- Academic Counseling: provides the opportunity for you to sit with a counselor, assess your approach to learning and develop new strategies to help you become a more successful college student
At Academic Support Services, we value your success as Westminster students and strive with you to reach your academic goals.
Visit our office in Taylor Hall Room B-12